[VoiceOps] N11 Services and Regulations for VoIP.

anorexicpoodle anorexicpoodle at gmail.com
Mon Aug 31 12:35:21 EDT 2009

There isn't any legal requirement to provide anything other than 911 and
711 today; however depending on your target market, providing other N11
services may be required for customer acceptance. Land-line replacement
plays will probably need to provide at least 311,411, 611 and 811. 

If anyone out there has had any success with 

On Fri, 2009-08-28 at 09:30 -0500, drooster at verizon.net wrote:
> Hello All,
> I know this is going to be a broad quesiton, but I need to see if
> anybody has any information/doc's on what VoIP Companies have to abide
> by for N11 Services.  
> Quick Definition:
> N11 codes, more formally known as service codes, are used to provide
> three-digit dialing access to special services. 
> In the U.S., the FCC administers N11 codes. The FCC recognizes 211,
> 311, 511, 711, 811 and 911 as nationally assigned, but has not
> disturbed other traditional uses. The table below summarizes N11
> assignments, reservations, and traditional usage.
> I am mainly interested in if N11 services, besides 911, can be denied
> in a voip network without running into FCC mandate issues?
> Thanks
> Doug
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